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Savor the SoCal flavor

Any place where the average year-round temperature is a sunny 72 degrees deserves the nickname “America’s Finest City.” Of course, there’s only one place with that name and that enviable weather: San Diego. Last year, California’s second-largest city was ranked of the nation’s 10 best big cities to live by Money magazine. The magazine took into account its “best of all worlds” attractions, neighborhoods, low cost of living and job growth. We at FOODWORKS would add San Diego’s gorgeous beach-and-canyon landscape and laidback surfer vibe to the list.

 And we haven’t even gotten to the famed Baja fish taco. The humble combo—battered fish, cabbage and crema salsa on a fresh corn tortilla—is a San Diego original (along with the Calif burrito and the Caesar salad) that never disappoints. Wash it all down with craft beer from one of San Diego’s nearly 200 breweries. It’s the finest entry point into the city’s exciting and diverse dining scene that draws inspiration from the ocean and Mexico’s rich heritage to produce a blend of cuisine all its own. We’ll surf to that!

 

Check out our other cities

See how Foodworks is changing the food scene in the below cities.
Albuquerque

Come for the nature. Stay for the New Mexican cuisine (and a lot more).

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Alpharetta, GA
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Boston

Behind its historic Federal-style facade lies a food scene that surprises and delights around every corner.

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Chicago

The Windy City is second to none when it comes to cool restaurants.
 

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Cincinnati

Culinary camaraderie runs deep in this Midwestern city.

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Columbus

Come explore this Midwestern magnet for big-city chefs looking to spread their creative wings.

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Denver

Go the distance in the Mile High City for excellent craft beer and much, much more.
 

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Detroit

Motor City takes pride in its neighborhood restaurants and so do we.
 

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Houston

The fourth largest U.S. city in the second largest state is cooking up big things.

 

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Madison

Hyperlocal cuisine (and plenty of cheese, sausage and beer) in a cool college town—what more could you want?

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Minneapolis

From sophisticated gastropubs to burger dives to craft donut shops, there’s nothing mini about Minneapolis dining.

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Philadelphia

There’s a lot to love in the City of Brotherly Love. Its historic food halls are a good place to start.

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Phoenix

It’s hot here—and getting hotter—thanks to our eclectic mix of partners.
 

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Tampa
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Washington D.C.

The nation’s capital has become a culinary capital.

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